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CNBC: Three remote workers on moving from California to Tulsa, OK

CNBC Make It highlights the stories of three remote workers who moved to Tulsa with the Tulsa Remote program. 

They share the positive experiences they've had since relocating to Tulsa, including a more relaxed lifestyle, reduced logistical stress, and financial freedom. Amidst the "California Exodus," these three have found Tulsa to be a welcoming hub for creativity and entrepreneurship.

Check out the full article from CNBC below. 

Tulsa Remote Staff
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